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Fresh Like Dougie Howser MD. New singles fresh off the hook: This month may be a bad run to start hip hop’s second quarter: Shyheim faces rap after his house was raided by the police, and Azealia Banks‘ Twitter chutzpah is finally ending with a high note after her publicist takes over her social media account.
However, this doesn’t mean that these bad news will outweigh the fresh stuff that’s just off the heezay. For starters, Ace Hood’s upcoming album Trials & Tribulations is just a few months away, Jay-Z and Pitbull both released tracks about Jay and B’s scrutinized trip to Cuba, and Snoop Lion planning to broaden the scope of his Mind Gardens project in Jamaica as a way of giving back to the country. Aside from those good news, here are some fresh tracks that you might want to bounce your head to.
Whoever said that Busta doesn’t kick anymore should hear this track which also featured Trey Songz and Future. The 40-year-old rapper, who stole the show in Chris Brown’s „Look at Me Now„, just released this tight track titled „Shake It“. While it is not as straight rap as his previous singles, due to the dancey electronic track with hints of dubstep wobbling, „Shake It“ still exudes with the signature Busta Rhymes rage especially when dropping those lines.
Meanwhile, Trey Songz’s slow jam poetry is a nice blend between spitting rhymes while keeping the dance vibe of the track. Finally, Future’s full Auto-Tune versing in the song finally ends the song as a danceable track, popping out those robotic words slowly yet surely. This track goes perfectly well while you’re playing poker with some friends, or while chilling out after an intense online poker session on sites such as Partypoker.
If you are looking for a sweet track with a spacey chorus and a titillating chorus without sounding rough or agitated, then this King Los track will surely make you fly high as a kite. Dubbed „Burn Slow“, King Los created a chill-out track while keeping the verses intact and flowing smoothly. King Los opened the song with laid back poetry, while Mickey Shiloh’s psychedelic shrills made the chorus trippy and mad.
Wiz Khalifa, who is known for the hit songs „Black and Yellow“, „Fly Solo“ and his collaborations with Maroon 5’s “Payphone”, once again proved that anything he touches turns to gold. Known for his free-flowing spits and asymmetrical lines, Wiz Khalifa ended the song with his trademark flow and trippy lines, a standard needed by artists who are willing to enter the rap game. This song is perfect especially to those who need to put out some pressure during an intense poker match.
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